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Website Monitoring Provider InternetSupervision Releases Free Site-Based Uptime Reports

- Website monitoring provider InternetSupervision has unveiled a free online resource which enables websites to display their percentage of website availability (website uptime) to site visitors. -

InternetSupervision.com, a leading provider of website monitoring services, has released a free tool for the Web community which displays the availability (or uptime) of their Internet presence.

Based on the number of site checks performed by InternetSupervision, the report assists enterprises requiring third-party verification of uptime and those websites which want to build confidence in their online presence by making uptime a matter of public record. "It is valuable because it gives you an idea of how often a specific site is actually working and in many respects indicates the readiness of sites with whom you are associated," said InternetSupervision spokesman Pete Prestipino.

The Website Uptime report shows availability information for the past six months, the month to date, the last 30 days, the last 7 days and the same day. The report is free for six months to all general (non-paying) InternetSupervision members and is free to paying members for the duration of their InternetSupervision account. "The tool benefits those in advertising sales, media buying or business development the most because those viewing the report will see at a glance how often the site is actively engaging site visitors," continued Prestipino.

For information on InternetSupervision.com’s Uptime Report, please visit http://InternetSupervision.com/updates.htm.


Website Monitoring Reseller Program - 30% Revenue Share

- InternetSupervision announces the release of a reseller program for its website monitoring service. -

Website monitoring service provider, InternetSupervision.com announces the release of a reseller and partner program for its website monitoring services, which enables website owners and webmasters to be notified of site availability.

The affiliate program is ideal for those online businesses which cater to webmasters and website owners who would benefit from around the clock website monitoring. Affiliates earn thirty percent commission on referrals’ spending.

"The affiliate program can be an immensely profitable reseller opportunity because pricing for customers is not static in that fees are usage based. In essence, if an affiliate signs up a new client which requires a great deal more monitoring "checks" than a standard website, they stand to secure higher referral fees," said Internet Supervision spokesman Pete Prestipino.

For information on InternetSupervision.com’s affiliate program, please visit http://InternetSupervision.com/affiliate.
 


InternetSupervision Adds Two Remote Website Monitoring Check Points

Two Website monitoring check points in Beijing, China and St. Petersburg, Russia have been added to the InternetSupervision website monitoring network. —

InternetSupervision™ clients can now check the performance and availability of their website services and Web servers from multiple regions around the world. Remote website monitoring check points in Beijing, China and St. Petersburg, Russia join Internet Supervision’s existing network of monitoring stations in Chicago, Detroit, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Gloucester, UK and Sydney, Australia and Santiago Chile.

InternetSupervision monitors the online components that assure websites of the proper availability and performance of their Web services and alerts members by email, phone, text or voice messaging based on the depth of their selected network service plan. The service monitors internet availability (FTP, SMTP - outgoing mail servers, POP3 email servers), supervises the performance of website and ecommerce transactions (including website forms) and provides website content supervision for cyber-attack monitoring.

InternetSupervision’s sister service AdSupervision (http://AdSupervision.com) enables clients to pause their Pay Per Click advertising campaigns at popular search advertising networks including Yahoo! Search Marketing, Google Adwords and 7Search Pay Per Ranking.


Search Engine Strategies (SES) San Jose Attendees Receive Free Website Monitoring From InternetSupervision.com

Courtesy of Website monitoring service InternetSupervision - Search Engine Strategies San Jose attendees and exhibitors will receive a voucher which can be redeemed for free website monitoring.

Courtesy of website monitoring service InternetSupervision - http://InternetSupervision.com, Search Engine Strategies San Jose attendees and exhibitors will receive a voucher which can be redeemed for free website monitoring.

The offer enables individuals and companies to check the uptime and performance of one website every sixty minutes. When a website is unavailable the InternetSupervision system will notify users via email. Attendees can upgrade their website monitoring package and check the availability every five, fifteen or thirty minutes and receive notifications via email, SMS messaging or live operator 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

InternetSupervision monitors the availability, performance, and content of members websites from four UL approved offices with personnel in Washington DC, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Santiago, Chile and two remote check points in Gloucester, UK and Sydney, Australia. The InternetSupervision service monitors internet availability (FTP, SMTP - outgoing mail servers, POP3 email servers), supervises the performance of website and ecommerce transactions (including website forms) and website content supervision for cyber-attack monitoring.

InternetSupervision is unique among website monitoring services in that pricing is usage based - meaning clients are charged based on their choice of check frequency and the type of notification (email, SMS or live operator voice) which they select. InternetSupervision also features AdSupervision - http://AdSupervision.com, a patent-pending service which pauses and restarts PPC campaigns when websites are unavailable.

InternetSupervision.com is part of a family of Internet Services developed to help Web businesses succeed online:

ValidatedSite.com: Third Party Seal of Approval - http://validatedsite.com
SpiderBait.com: Search Engine Optimization - http://spiderbait.com
SearchLeads.com: PPC Bid Management - http://searchleads.com
TrustGauge.com: Website Trustworthiness Indicator - http://trustgauge.com
ROIspy.com: ROI Calculator - http://roispy.com
BrowserAccelerator.com: Free Browser Toolbar - http://browseraccelerator.com
Ranking.com: Website Ranking & Market Research - http://ranking.com
LinksBulletin.com: Free Link Exchange Forum - http://linkstoyou.com
BannersXChange.com: Best Free Banner Exchange - http://bannersxchange.com
WebmastersTips.com: Daily Email for Webmasters - http://webmasterstips.com


InternetSupervision Unveils Voice Contact for Website Monitoring

InternetSupervision.com announces the release of Voice Contact for members requiring more personal notification than email or SMS messaging about their website and server downtime.

InternetSupervision.com announces the release of Voice Contact for members requiring more personal notification than email or SMS messaging about their website and server downtime.

InternetSupervision clients now have the ability to add voice contacts on any monitored service on accounts with premium features enabled. “Voice Contact enables our clients to set priority contacts on individual monitored services and have those contacts notified by an experienced operator,” said spokesman Pete Prestipino. When a website fails, InternetSupervision operators go through the predefined voice contact list until a person is reached and the server or website status information is passed on.

InternetSupervision monitors the availability, performance, and content from UL approved offices with 24/7 personnel in Washington DC, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Santiago, Chile and two remote check points in Gloucester, UK and Sydney, Australia. The InternetSupervision service monitors internet availability (FTP, SMTP - outgoing mail servers, POP3 email servers), supervises the performance of website and ecommerce transactions (including website forms) and website content supervision for cyber-attack monitoring.

For more information on InternetSupervision’s website monitoring and Voice Contact Notification service, visit www.InternetSupervision.com.
 


InternetSupervision Adds Two Remote Website Monitoring Check Points

InternetSupervision.com announces the addition of two remote website and Web server monitoring check point stations in Gloucester, UK and Sydney, Australia.

Chicago – InternetSupervision.com announces the addition of two remote website and Web server monitoring check point stations in Gloucester, UK and Sydney, Australia.

InternetSupervision™ clients can now check the performance and availability of their website services and Web servers from multiple regions around the world. Remote check points in Gloucester, UK and Sydney, Australia join Internet Supervision’s existing network of monitoring stations in Chicago, Detroit, Washington D.C., and Santiago, Chile. InternetSupervision plans to add Los Angeles to its list of UL approved website monitoring stations as well as a remote website monitoring check point in the Asian-Pacific region in the coming months.

“The new website monitoring check points will further ensure the integrity of our clients’ web presence,” said InternetSupervision.com’s Lead Developer Baird Larson.

InternetSupervision monitors the online components that assure websites of the proper availability and performance of their Web services and alerts members by email, phone, text or voice messaging based on the depth of their selected network service plan. The service monitors internet availability (FTP, SMTP - outgoing mail servers, POP3 email servers), supervises the performance of website and ecommerce transactions (including website forms) and provides website content supervision for cyber-attack monitoring.


Guide to Web Hosting Released by Uniterra.com and InternetSupervision.com

Article archive Uniterra.com has partnered with InternetSupervision.com to provide an Article Guide to Web Hosting.

Popular online article archive Uniterra.com has partnered with InternetSupervision.com to provide an Article Guide to Web Hosting.

Uniterra’s Web Hosting section features ten articles on an array of web hosting topics ranging from the elements of web hosting to choosing a quality web host as well as several helpful commentary articles about web hosting and websites owners experience with various web hosts.

The articles being featured at Uniterra include:

• Elements of Web Hosting
• A Step-By-Step Guide to Changing Web Hosts
• Choosing A Quality Web Host
• Bandwidth Or Data Transfer – Which is Which?
• Web Hosting is SO Retail!
• How to find good Web Hosting for your site!
• Effectiveness of Web Hosting Directories (WHDs)
• Free or paid web hosting?
• Unlimited Bandwidth in Web Hosting
• Don’t Make My Hosting Mistakes!

"We’ve developed a very helpful resource for new as well as seasoned website owners and aim to continue adding valuable web hosting resources in the coming months," said Uniterra Director Pete Prestipino.

The new Web hosting section at Uniterra is sponsored by InternetSupervision.com - a recent entrant into the website monitoring business. InternetSupervision is unique among website monitoring services in that they only charge for the monitoring performed on client sites. For example, clients can pre-determine how often they need to have their website checked for availability and how they want to be notified. The greater the frequency and the more advanced the notification (email, phone, SMS, voice) the greater the monitoring fee per site.

“We’re pleased about our association with Uniterra.com” said Baird Larson, an InternetSupervision.com developer. “It’s vital to the success of website owners to know all they can about their web hosts and the opportunities available – we think that InternetSupervision works well with the Article Guide to Web Hosting and we look forward to supporting them in the future.”


InternetSupervision.com Offers Free Monitoring of Website Uptime

InternetSupervision.com announces the release of its free website monitoring service to help webmasters and website owners reduce server downtime by monitoring server uptime.

The InternetSupervision.com Internet and website monitoring service, now available at www.InternetSupervision.com, gives websites and networks a tool to ensure the integrity of critical website services by monitoring the availability, performance and content of up to three websites for free.

InternetSupervision monitors the availability, performance, and content from five UL approved offices with 24/7 personnel in Washington DC, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Santiago, Chile. "We’re confident that when SMB’s use our server monitoring service to track website downtime they will run a better web based business," said InternetSupervision spokesman Pete Prestipino.

The service monitors internet availability (FTP, SMTP - outgoing mail servers, POP3 email servers), supervises the performance of website and ecommerce transactions (including website forms) and website content supervision for cyber-attack monitoring.